- “Imperial Majesty” by Clive Christian: This perfume, housed in a Baccarat crystal bottle with an 18-carat gold collar and diamond-studded cap, held the Guinness World Record for the most expensive perfume bottle in 2005. Only ten limited edition bottles were made, each priced at around $215,000.
- DKNY Golden Delicious Million Dollar Fragrance Bottle: Created by renowned jewelry designer Martin Katz in collaboration with DKNY, this limited edition perfume bottle was made of 14-karat yellow and white gold. It featured a 1.65-carat Turquoise Paraiba tourmaline, a 7.18-carat oval Cabochon sapphire, a 3.07-carat oval diamond, and 183 yellow sapphires, totaling 2.43 carats. The fragrance was “Golden Delicious” by DKNY. The one-of-a-kind bottle was valued at $1 million.
- “No. 1” by Clive Christian: Prior to “Imperial Majesty,” Clive Christian’s “No. 1” perfume held the record for the world’s most expensive fragrance. Its 30 ml bottle was made of Baccarat crystal and featured a 24-carat gold collar and a five-carat diamond. The perfume itself was a luxurious blend of rare and precious ingredients. The limited edition bottle was priced at around $2,150 in 2006.
- Limited Edition Perfume Bottles by Lalique: The French glassmaker Lalique has created several limited edition perfume bottles, often in collaboration with luxury perfume brands. Some of these bottles feature intricate designs, rare materials, and exclusive fragrances, making them highly sought after by collectors.
- “Joy” by Jean Patou Baccarat Flacon: Originally released in 1930, the “Joy” perfume by Jean Patou is often referred to as one of the most expensive perfumes in the world. The special edition Baccarat crystal bottle features a red ribbon and a limited edition number, adding to its exclusivity.
It’s worth noting that the value and prices of these perfume bottles are subject to various factors, including rarity, demand, and historical significance. As the fragrance industry continues to evolve, new limited edition releases and collaborations may surface, possibly claiming the title of the world’s most expensive perfume bottles.